Can you see what's coming the other way? Double white lines are there for a reason. (RT @RoadSafetyWales) pic.twitter.com/rywUKnyTBP— GlosRoadSafety (@GlosRoadSafety) July 30, 2016
But Road Safety Wales were at it too.
'Road Safety Wales is a partnership between the 22 Welsh Local Authorities, the Welsh Emergency Services, GoSafe, The Welsh Government and RoSPA.'Can you see what's coming the other way? Double white lines are there for a reason. #fatal5 pic.twitter.com/PHfK4fmcrR— Road Safety Wales (@RoadSafetyWales) July 28, 2016
Well it's telling you that it's unsafe to overtake because of 'Double White Lines' isn't it?
Apart from not specifying 'continuous' white lines, it means that there would be no danger if there were a continuous white line on your side, nearest to you, and a broken white line on the other side further from you then?
I tweeted this to try to repair the damage.
And here.@GlosRoadSafety @RoadSafetyWales What a dangerous Tweet. Don't look for two 'white lines' It's the continuous one on your side that matters.— Keith Peat (@BogTrotter1) July 30, 2016
@GlosRoadSafety @safer_roads @RoadSafetyWales Continuous white line on your side is what affects you. Double is irrelevant,— Drivers E. Midlands (@EastMidsDrivers) July 30, 2016
Road Safety Wales are promoting something called #Fatal5 too, See more on that here. Even though it sneakily keeps 'speed' in instead of dangerous driving which is what too fast is. This helps their 'speeding' revenue.
Please RT this and distribute this urgently before it causes a terrible accident.